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Can You Revoke a Power of Attorney?

Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document giving another person the authority to act on your behalf. In some circumstances, you may suspect the individual with this authority is abusing their position or otherwise should be removed. While state…

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Can I Create My Own Power of Attorney Form?

Assigning someone as your power of attorney allows this individual to make important legal decisions on your behalf. This might include taking care of your children, handling your finances, and making important healthcare decisions. However, you may be wondering whether…

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4 Tips to Prevent Power of Attorney Abuse

When you are unable to make crucial decisions for yourself, whether that be financially, medically, or otherwise, a power of attorney is a legally binding document that allows someone else to make decisions on your behalf. However, there are many…

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

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